Storm News
Jun
25
2016

Brandon Duhaime drafted by Wild in 4th round

Posted 274 days ago ago by David Fine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buffalo, N.Y. – Tri-City Storm forward Brandon Duhaime was selected by the Minnesota Wild in the fourth round, No. 106 overall, at the 2016 NHL Entry Draft Saturday at the First Niagara Center. 

A midseason acquisition from the Chicago Steel, Brandon Duhaime quickly established a physical, two-way presence with the Storm. The 6-foot-1, 198-lb. winger played the final 18 games of the regular season with Tri-City and had five goals, ten points, a plus-3 rating and 46 penalty minutes. 

Overall, the 19-year-old had 15 goals, 42 points and 143 penalty minutes in 57 games during the regular season.

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The Providence College commit hummed in the playoffs, notching four goals and eight points in 11 games. Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals may have been Duhaime’s brightest moment, deking between a defender’s legs and potting a short-handed goal that placed the Storm ahead for good against Waterloo. He scored an empty-net goal with 1:45 left in Game 3 of the Clark Cup Final that helped the Storm secure a 3-0 sweep against Dubuque. 

A native of Parkland, Florida, Duhaime was ranked 92nd on NHL Central Scouting’s North American Skater list in April. From 2012-14, Duhaime played for the Pursuit of Excellence Hockey Academy in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada and competed for the BCHL’s Merritt Centennials in 2014-15, scoring six goals and 25 points in 53 games.  

Tri-City Storm season tickets are available for 2016-17 and can be purchased by calling the Viaero Center Box Office at 308-338-8011.

 






 
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